Mobile World Congress Barcelona, the largest mobile event in the world, is bringing industry leaders together to share their latest innovations and emerging technologies, participate in world-class conference programs featuring mobile leaders and visionaries, and learn from seminars and summits hosted by GSMA. The theme for this year’s event has appropriately been appointed as “Intelligent Connectivity”, focusing on the relationship among powerful technologies such as flexible, high-speed networks, IoT, AI, and big data – a mix that promises to yield compelling insights.
KORE is proud to be a part of such an important event in the world of mobility, which takes place February 25-28, and is excited to share that two members of our executive leadership team will be participating in influential panel discussions that cover the gamut from innovation to expertise.
The first panel, “Service Co-Creation that Delivers Value and Impact: When, Why, and How?” takes place on Wednesday, February 27 and features KORE CEO, Romil Bahl, along with Synchronoss CEO, Glenn Lurie, who will discuss the art of partner engagement and co-creation, exploring the process by which a bright idea becomes a deployed service.
The second panel, “Social Innovation and the Disruptive Power of Movements” takes place on February 28 and features KORE EVP & CMO, Sue Holub, along with senior leaders from Coliba, HYLA Mobile, and Omidyar Network. This session will explore best practices and practical experience for building social innovation into companies, and how social responsibility can enable re-instilled trust in corporations and institutions.
KORE will be hosting meetings in the exhibit hall for the duration of the event, and we encourage you to schedule time with us as we are eager to hear your insights, exchange ideas, as well as discuss recent developments at KORE including our acquisition of ASPIDER-NGI, the launch of our eSIM offering, as well as our expanded suite of IoT management capabilities.
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